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Boomkat Product Review:
A proper head-scratcher of apocryphal post-punk, drill, synth-pop from Paris by the “world famous contemporary artist” turned “agent of espionage against the Terroism Industrial Complex” Bruce Flakian. Ayyye, wtf?
Accompanied by a ludicrous backstory linking guns to cameras and our relationship with images in the age of AI, we can discern a certain surrealist at work behind Bruce Flakian. These hijinx help give some context to the sprawl of interrelated styles mashed and meshed inside, remarkably ranging from post-punk like Smersh meets Alice Cohen in lead tune ‘By Bruce Flakian’, to a sort of prog-drill mantra in ‘No Worse Than Sean Paul (K)’, and piquing weirdo pop interests at every turn between the motorik jangle of ‘Each Step’; their possessed punk tribalism in ‘Otd’; spooked exotica skronk on ‘Localisation’; a genius mutant downstroke ‘Venezia Bienale’; and like Nic Endo gone psychedelic in ‘First Communion’; arriving at detuned, sidewinding desert rock hallucination ’N9’.
All kinds of crackers, this.